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Author Carl-Evert Jonsson shares his experiences using experimental methods in the realm of visual art in 'Using Japanese Paper for Digital Printing of Photographs"
STOCKHOLM, Oct. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Visual art can tell a story in various ways. In Carl-Evert Jonsson's new book, "Using Japanese Paper for Digital Printing of Photographs," he shares a collection of photos he has printed using this practical and elegant method over the years.
Throughout the book, Jonsson describes the different techniques and mediums he uses, from Japanese paper known as Washi to the classic egg oil methods for abstract paintings and collages. His photographs throughout the pages illustrate these techniques and how they have evolved his experience as an artist.
This new form of photography only requires a computer, printer, Washi and photos. Jonsson shares various images from the acropolis in Athens to working in laboratories to give his audience examples of how this technique differs from traditional printing.
Ultimately, "Using Japanese Paper for Digital Printing of Photographs" will teach photographers and readers how to experiment with this printing style and masterfully incorporate it into their work. By the end of the book, readers will understand how to use Japanese papers for photography and learn the history behind this new art form.
"Using Japanese Paper for Digital Printing of Photographs"
By Carl-Evert Jonsson
ISBN: 978-1-6655-8881-2 (softcover); 978-1-6655-8882-9 (eBook)
Available at AuthorHouse, Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the author
Carl-Evert Jonsson was born in Umeå, Sweden, and was always interested in art. As a teenager, he liked to draw, work with aquarelle and take photographs and always incorporated his passion into his day-to-day life. Many years later, Jonsson earned his M.D. and Ph.D. from the University of Uppsala, specialized in reconstructive surgery, and dedicated his career to taking care of others. He later went on to train at Karolinska hospital in Stockholm. Later in his career, he specialized in cleft nose deformities and studied in Paris and Mexico City. Jonsson has also published several publications in medical journals on his techniques and findings. At the age of 70, he finished his career as a surgeon. Before retiring, he attended air courses to learn new techniques while working full-time. For the last 25 years, painting has been his main interest. Jonsson recently published his debut book, "Using Japanese Paper for Digital Printing of Photographs," a new technique he learned and hopes to teach others. He currently resides in Stockholm, Sweden.
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